cradle-to-grave

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cradle-to-grave

(used as a modifier before a noun) Lasting the full spectrum of life, existence, or a given process; that is, from the first point to the very last. Derived from the phrase "from the cradle to the grave" (or "from cradle to grave"). Our cradle-to-grave assessment of material processing ensures that our products remain environmentally sustainable at all levels of development. This cradle-to-grave study will monitor the effects of the drug from patients' infancy until their death, allowing for a comprehensive assessment of its benefits and potential side effects.
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Inset, Peter Kay and Danny Baker in Cradle to Grave RED PRODUCTIONS/BBC
For the first time, an armada of spacecraft was in place to monitor the fireworks, enabling researchers to capture this solar event "from cradle to grave," says astronomer Stephen P.
So he drafted a bill to track those wastes -- from cradle to grave.